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STS113-302-016 - STS-113 - Exterior view of nadir side of the ISS during rendezvous for STS-113

STS113-302-016 - STS-113 - Exterior view of nadir side of the ISS during rendezvous for STS-113

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Description: Exterior views of the International Space Station (ISS), nadir side, taken during Rendezvous for STS-113 (11A). Visible are the Pressurized Mating Adapter2 (PMA2), U.S. Laboratory / Destiny; Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) / Canadarm2, S0 (S-zero) and S1 (S-one) Trusses, S1 Center Radiator, Early External Thermal Control System (EETCS), PMA3, Joint Airlock (AL) / Quest; Node 1 / Unity, Solar Array Wings (SAW), Solar Arrays (SA), Space-to-Ground (SGANT) Antenna, Functional Cargo Block (FGB) / Zarya, and Soyuz Spacecraft [016 - 017].

Subject Terms: Air Locks, Antennas, FGB, Pressurized Mating Adapter, Remote Manipulator System, S0, S1, Soyuz Spacecraft, STS-113, Temperature Control, Trusses, U.S. Laboratory

Categories: Station Configuration

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-113

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Date

12/04/1981 - 21/07/2011
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Source

The U.S. National Archives
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Exploresolar array wings

Exploreexternal thermal control system

Explores1 center radiator

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